This Week on Shooting USA TV Shows

This Week on Shooting USA TV Shows
A Revolver World Record, The Largest Archery Tournament ever held, and The Ladies Learn Action Shooting.

Shooting USA’s Impossible Shots

Jerry Miculek uses ten revolvers to re-create one of his world records. Then Bob Munden makes a mess of everyday breakfast foods, and Byron Ferguson pulls off an impossible shot by the seat of his pants! Brian Speciale hosts the show with the world’s greatest team of exhibition shooters.

Shooting USA – Archery In the Schools

We’re covering the largest archery tournament ever organized, as more than 3,000 competitors shoot for the national championship. It’s the Archery in the Schools Program that’s teaching marksmanship and citizenship in High Schools and Middle Schools across the country. Then Jerry Miculek shows you fast reloads, not with a revolver, but with your AR in competition.

Sighting In with Shooting USA – The Smith & Wesson Ladies Clinic

We’re Sighting In with the ladies. No boys allowed! We’re at the Smith & Wesson Lady’s Clinic. It’s women only, learning shooting and competition, in one of a number of ladies clinics held across the country. Kay Clark Miculek hosts the new shooters at her range in Louisiana. Then John answers a question we get all the time, how do you properly clean a rifle?

It’s all on Outdoor Channel Wednesday

Shooting USA’s Impossible Shots airs at the following times:

Eastern Time: 3:00PM, 10:30PM, 2:30AM (Thursday AM)
Central Time: 2:00PM, 9:30PM, 1:30 AM
Mountain Time: 1:00PM, 8:30PM, 12:30AM
Pacific Time: Noon, 7:30PM, 11:30PM

The Shooting USA Hour Block Times:

Eastern Time: 4:30 PM, 8:30 PM, 12:00 Midnight
Central Time: 3:30 PM, 7:30 PM, 11:00 PM
Mountain Time: 2:30 PM, 6:30 PM, 10:00 PM
Pacific Time: 1:30 PM, 5:30 PM, 9:00 PM

New Smith & Wesson Gun is the February Gun of the Month

Your entries this month put you into contention for the New S&W Pro Series 1911 in .45 ACP. The Pro Series is the S&W way of extending Performance Center custom enhancements and specifications into production guns from the factory. The gunsmiths and engineers from the Performance Center set the specs and then the factory produces the guns to keep them affordable. The new 1911 is one of the first to reach the market. And with luck, it will be on the way to you after the February drawing. Good luck!

And we should have a winner of the January gun by this time next week.

Another Pro Series Gun Approved for USPSA Competition

News out today: The USPSA has approved the new Pro Series M&P-9 to compete in the Production Division. You’ll find a link to the full press release in the center of the website: The new 5 inch model could be the ticket to move you up in class.

Good Shooting this week, if your weather permits,